[QUOTE=imkidd57;2512582]It probably depends on what the TV’s interface can achieve. Did you rip the DVD as an ISO for storage on the external disk, and are there any instructions in the TV manual on how to select different audio or subtitle streams from the data coming in from the hard disk?
Sometimes you need to have ripped the DVD movie as an MPEG2 file (with the audio & subtitle streams included), because the TV interface might not handle the menu system of a DVD properly.[/QUOTE]
I thank for your information about this matter. In this moment I have the solution for my case. Talking with a friend, he said that some months ago he has the same problem and he tried
to search in a big store some equipment for that.
After all he buy HDMI MEDIA PLAYER EG-M34A and
works very well. I have done the same and now I can see the movies in VOB. files with the subtitles as a normal reader dvd.
This equipment has a remote control and works with menus
where we can search the majority of controls.
In my country, Portugal, when we buy a dvd disc we must
search for the subtitles in portuguese, because most of discs
have several languages and subtitles.
Anyway many thanks for your help!!!